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Washington Justice has released Jerry

And it has signed Happy.

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The Washington Justice Overwatch League team has made a few announcements recently about its roster. Not only has the team signed a new member, but it has let one of its players go, as the organisation looks to build on the roster that managed to make it to the postseason quarter finals in 2021.

First of all, Tae-hee "Jerry" Min has been released from the Justice, with the team mentioning over Twitter; "Jerry kept the team in good spirits with his great personality and continuously impressed us with his strong abilities that we regret not being able to see more of. We wish you success in the future."

To make up for losing a DPS player, the Justice has also signed Jung-woo "Happy" Lee. Happy played with the Houston Outlaws in the 2021 season, before leaving the team for free agency just a few days ago. On the Justice, Happy will line-up alongside Sung-won "Assassin" Kim and Gui-un "Decay" Jang as the team's DPS core.

As the Justice only currently has six active players, we can probably look forward to more roster announcements over the coming weeks.


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